Italian football league competition Serie A has come under heavy criticism for its attempt at an anti-racism campaign, which features an illustration of three monkeys. The league claims that the paintings aimed to “spread the values of integration, multiculturalism and brotherhood,” but the campaign has been branded a “sick joke” by football anti-discrimination network Fare.
Serie A uses three paintings of monkeys to illustrate "multiculturalism and brotherhood”.
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